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SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1916.
NATIONAL TOURING WEEK AUG. 6 TO 12 Paige Conquers Dizzy Heights of Mount Hood ► <jr • *v- t • u 4 &&*% - • '&***&* -/ i*-, ' :Jk£T. *. ~~ • ,/ " 'Sl!! 1 ", w " 1111 '" • Ir "" *- . ***♦ Sk*" 4 *** fatmmk**' •m i i—i**—— .. PEACE WILL NOT CHECK PROSPERITV IIHI NLII> WLNUIiKR Business Will Be Bet ter, Asserts J. U. Rueschaw EUROPE MUST BE REBUILT Declares It Will Need Help of United States Sales Manager .! c Rm-sch.iw, of th** K*-»> Motor i'ir « o I- « *»nfltl»Ht that busln* *■» .*f*•*r th- war close* will h*- t»*»tt• r, in**»•• .*vl of wursp “Os ronr *• 1 Know wo nr*- now enjoying. in fa< t. reveling in pros parity that 1- abnormal, but I can't see why that pro parity should not be permanent.“ he continued. “IJuroja* has poured more thun thr>-e billions of dollar- Into the purses of th-* American people In the last 1“ months, and since all o! the munitions contracts are for three year ill continue to pour It for some tin > *-f “The rnoi'ey 1* her*- end tli» re’s no tea on why it build not «tay here. Korop* i in dir* n* *'s.-uy for certain thing v* * • *:t. 1 null;*- and s**ll. .»--.d ->■ Is % tying u» foi them There i- nothitiK Kurope makes that we m ist have therefore there Is no valid r* a on why that money should kh back "tV«* are told, of course. thHt a nutnber of factories formerly Idle, nr*.* now pro-poring on European busin*--**. and that a gr* at many oth*-r factorl* ’ are making abnormal profits fr*>ti* th* manufacture of ar tides mitsble th*-lr regular product. “This last Is Important if true Th*- number of factories formerly Idle and which are now doing a profitable business, |k small by com parison with the number that for th-* moment changed over to the making of art teles w hich Kurope wanted and for whbh she «a will Ing to pay h« idly “We haw *-nJoy**d a five years* demand In one year's time. That ha* result'd In empty shelves And emp’y shelves la th** best possible preface to prosperity. Those shelves must he filled again. “After the war Kurope will have to be rebuilt, and that will mean work for a long time to come. “We make the mistake of think ing that wealth Is being destroyed In Kurope Nothing Is being de stroyed eirept the work of past generations, and that, means employ ment for present and future genera tions. which In turn means prosper ity for everybody “Just consider,'* concluded Mr. Rueschaw*. what if will mean to American Industry to modernize Kurope, to furnish them up to date equipment for houses, to build their railroads and th* Ir bridges Europe THE WINTON COMPANY GIVES YOU MORE FOR YOUR MONEY AND (;iVKS YOU THE BKST TERMS AND THE BEST DEALS IN USED CARS. MANY MAKES. 1270 WOODWARD AVENUE Open Evenings & Sunday Market 4783 * -*****l §* •* V, ■ •- v lf> - t f MW ■ ■■■■ ■■ » iiasM—<i——MM——M—————— The Paige Fairfield "Six-l*".'' which won fame and a silver cup for b*ing the first car of lblt> to reach Government camp at th*- base of Mount Hoixl, <>r*-gon. has acquired new honors which far surpass the first AO**r winning the cup. the Paige proceeded up the difficult and treacherous side of the mountain In an effort to make a mountain climbing record that would be nothing less than sensational and it succeeded in shattering all r*-c< rds to such an extent that it Is freely predicted its Achievement will remain unapproached for all time The Paige, frequently referred to ns the “Rocky Mountain Goat," bat tered its way through the snow and up th*- terrific grades and reached the highest point ever attained, getting three miles beyond where any other cir had ever reached and at least three-quarters of a mile hevond the timber line No car had ever before come within two miles of the timber l.ne Flefore It turned hack the Paige, i**sf!ng on a grade of T.b per cent, was at an altitude of 95**0 feet before the war had all of then**, so business was • lack. ' A few months ago the contract ors nt Lansing had a good prospect ii sight for making money. I had planm-d to build a home. Today tint prosperity has been realized on by *>ne contractor —because 1 have :mish*-d th*- home- and I don t want any more honieH. That was the con diflon of Kurope before the war 'Now suppose my bom** was THE UNIVERSAL CAR New Prices August 1, 1916 The following prices for Ford cars will be effective on and after August Ist, 1916 Chassis $325.00 Runabout 345.00 Touring Car.... 360.00 Coupelet 505.00 Town Car 595.00 Sedan 645.00 f. o. b. Detroit These prices are positively guaranteed against any reduction before August Ist, 1917, but there is no guarantee against an advance in price at any time. Our Branch in Detroit 1550 Woodward Ave. Touring Section Paige Fairfield “Six-4b” on the snow field beyond the timber line in its record breaking climb of Mount Flood, Oregon. burn**d down tonight. I must have another home, and there and be pros perity In sight for the architect and the contractor tbs* is Europe's con dition today. “We must furnish lumber for temporary struct’,res, steel for per manent ones Furniture to equip them— and, by th* way. all furniture manufacturers in this country are today 'jo days b< hind orders. ‘We must put shoes on th** bar** Hollier Eight or Roadster $985 AAI.K»ROOM AMP ARRVICR ATATIOHT, IJA.I-AA UonDTYAItO AVFM F. TMK FPU ARP F. I.TOR < «.. I* HO MG WORTH 407A. ! I Marion-Handley and Briscoe | MOTOR CARS B. F. Falter Sales Company ) Plat rlhntora fnr Kmlrrn Wlrfc, 1251-55 U «nAa'4, I’knnr Market 5571 | Hunmohifp grasser motor co. A IMK/lIIwI/ltV «. Kn« «HP r i.i'fi., Jb liWO- 1.V»5 U nod Mird-lift. * I'lmm Market 548 k feet of Europe, and shoe stocks are lower In America than they ever were. Nor can Europe furnish Us own leather for the shoes —the hun gry people have hud to eat the cattle and they'll also have to re plenish their Btock farms from till* country. “We’ll have to build ships to carry our material to Europe, and we'll have to build equipment for our railroads to get It to the sea- ! board "Our locomotive works anil rail way equipment companies have been so busy the last two years building equipment that our own railroad*, have had to get along with obsob-t* equipment Meantime ,h«- extra truffle has worn that equipment out at an abnorinul rate. All this must be resupplied. For many years loco motive works and th*- car builders will be replacing the worn out roll ing stock of thi- country on which, meantime, the railroad have cashed In "Money was never so cheap as now. and this must and will give encouragement to building and de velopment In all lines ltonds for any legitimate business will find a ready market, und the sale of bonds always means development. "ECnttrely aside from th** war, Is our own normal progress. The map of big cities have been changed Suburbs are being built and new buildings must replace the old In antiquated sections This tneana prosperity in the big centers. "Transportation has been revo lutionized by building of good roads and bv th*- automobile; people ar»- movlng out Into the fresh air—and that movement has just started "Foi the next six to 10 years we'll be busy building good roads- be cause we have finally got the fever and learned the efll<’t«-ncy of good highways. "We are told the tide of wealth will again flow hack to Kprope. Ku ropeans will make superhuman ef forts to bring that condition about, but I believe the tide of wealth never flow* to Europe so heavily as in the past. I>urlng the last two years Americans have learned to travel In their own country—and DETROIT I IMbb -1 they've been astounded at what they found Those thousands of wealthy people who had planned trips to Europe last year and again this year, found the prospect unpleasing, and, tiring of slaying at home, they sought recreation In thotr own 1 lnnd." I’rtntlnu: —th* plain nriil Wlnrt—fhnl la rlkhl—'l'lnii-* Jnh l»*yf. Via In 4X20 (fil HalbMfflion Dollar Motor I The Briscoe Four Twenty-four—the car with the Half Million I yflyfififijk Dollar Motor is here. Go today and see it Inspect the motor B that Benjamin with the help of fourteen noted B Beniamin Briscoe dreamed a car of finest design with every B yyflypyvAA modern convenience within the reach of families of moderate B IB fiRI SCOE I tip VB THE CAR WITH THEVU 0* H §m < MILLION DOLLAR MOTOR B designed and perfected where gasoline cost more than 50 cents §3 per gallon—hence of necessity it was built for economy. It is « the longest long-stroke motor in America. H The beauty of this Briscoe Four Twenty-Four, with its extreme || streamline body, tilted eye-saving wind-shield will mean joy y to your wife and family. It is so roomy that a six-foot man y vy/yy% can ride with outstretched legs in either front seat or tonneau. y The sides are high and the upholstery is the kind you will ;* ■ ficpi find in other cars of SIOOO and SI2OO. H yyyvk Take the wheel yourself or let your wife or daughter drive. Let them \ yyyjjk see how easy it is to operate clutch or brake which in the Briscoe Four * /y/Si Twenty-Four operate much easier ' ; SPECIFICATIONS: than ever before. Note the quick • »UM miiiwm. miv M.t. ■ d,w i-ft c<mpick-up, the quietness and smooth- ‘ J ness of the Half MiUion Dollar V/VM SJSL23,Kr Motor. • n u- . . Tlr*. BJ I-J In. all aro.nl; Bod .. L.ua.wr.u.KM VT— Vour nanie #(l dre*» mailed to frlflVU u. us, or a phone request, will bring %>■ sfiKtfivSgg a card entitling you to a tree | Go see the Half Million Dollar Motor today! ft i B. F. FALTER SALES CO. I 1231 to 1235 Woodward Ave. Market 5374 . ■ fciiaun Mukr. (.nod Record. The recent 1 • mile non-stop run iii iHiiyr-'l fir tn- deulers by the Saxoh Motor i'nr *'■ . developed ionii* remarkable r.-MiitM for at l**a*t part of the Haxon-idx * ,u pment A total of 6 , iniJ.H *ns covered during the tun, this r*. r«I being made by 20f> Baxon stx stork cars, nnd In all tarts of \m*rlc,i. tb.> Individual rur.« bavin* hern conducted by Saxon dealer*- In view ~f thr diversified conditions «>f travel, the mileage of 2' ’> ml!**, to the gallon l« considered an Indication of hlah es- ficiency of th* Ba*on-slx, and a trib ute to th« itayfleld carburetor, Ita atatulard equipment The Sympathizer- I was surpriaed to hear of >our defeat In your fighi for th** aotiaforahlp. I thought you entered th* campaign with a roll ' of drum*. The Disappointed One — I did. But 1 th** other fellow went In with a roll j of t.llls PUBLISHED IN TQt' i INTERESTS OF MOTORING] AND TOURING DEVELOPMENT Father - I say, Dolly, if monejf la as saying "Good-bye" to young Simpson aa he la Maying 'tloo*i niKht” to you, he's a Rood matrU 4 monial prospect: How a»»out it? • Oirl —And did you ever see a man attacked by a shark, captain * (’apt Cuttle—l hev. mlsa! Olrl And what became of him? Capt. Cuttle —Shark, mbi. PAGE 7